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When you make a smoothie, you don’t want it to leave you rummaging through your desk drawers for a snack an hour later. And while ice and frozen fruit add richness for few (or no) calories, you really need protein, which can present a challenge for vegans who avoid soy. Nuts, seeds, and oats can make surprisingly tasty and fairly high-protein smoothies, though.
These drinks, created by Brendan Brazier, formulator of the clean plant-based nutrition company Vega, are made from nutrient-dense ingredients so you sip down energy-boosting, disease-fighting fuel, not empty sugary calories.
RELATED: Get over 100 more healthy smoothie recipes and transform your health with the new book, Clean Green Drinks!
Puree your way to the perfect dairy-free breakfast or post-workout snack
Puree your way to the perfect dairy-free breakfast or post-workout snack.
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